The Simple Elegance of Masha Moon Jewelry

By Monday, November 23, 2015 0 Permalink

Masha Moon Jewelry - Nina Ring and Uli Ring on Julia of Style and Cheek photo by Philip Woolridge

I’m so excited to share these beautiful photos with you that I did in collaboration with Masha Moon, a local, handcrafted jewelry brand focused on minimalist style. Drawing from her Russian heritage, Japanese and Scandinavian design, and the Pacific Northwest, Masha Moon was created by Masha Reutovski.

We met a few months back at the Fashion First runway show and immediately clicked. One meet-up later and we were already planning to work together. It was meant to be! You may have noticed a little side-bar action featuring Masha Moon jewelry on my site, because what’s better than small businesses supporting small businesses? Since I really like her jewelry and she’s become a part of Style and Cheek, now feels like the right time to introduce you to her pieces.

If you like what you see here, be sure to follow me @styleandcheek and @masha.moon on social media. And you definitely won’t want to miss Masha Moon’s Black Friday sale. It’ll be the perfect time to buy a gift or to treat yourself to something beautiful, and you’ll be supporting a local business. Special thanks to Philip Woolridge who shot and edited these awesome photos (check out his site and follow him @philipwoolridge) and to Masha for being such a fun and easy collaborator.

Masha Moon Jewelry - Nina Ring and Uli Ring on Julia of Style and Cheek photo by Philip Woolridge

One thing I love about Masha Moon’s jewelry is that she has an awesome selection of Cartilage Earrings. I unfortunately don’t have my cartilage pierced but the look of these earrings is stunning. They’re so sexy. My other favorite, which is not shown today but I have to talk about is the Darya Necklace, a gold filled tube and chain, which is a great staple piece, and gorgeous in its simplicity.

Masha Moon Jewelry - Luna White Necklace, Nina Ring, and Uli Ring on Julia of Style and Cheek. Photo by Philip Woolridge

Masha Moon Jewelry - Luna White Necklace, Nina Ring, and Uli Ring on Julia of Style and Cheek. Photo by Philip Woolridge

Rings are probably my favorite piece of jewelry. They speak volumes about a person’s personality. It means something about a person if they’re into delicate rings, big ol’ cocktail rings, stacking them, wearing a bunch on different fingers, and on and on. Lately, I’ve been digging delicate rings. They’re small but still make a big impact and are so versatile. Plus it’s awesome that Masha Moon’s rings are adjustable, so I don’t have to worry about not being able to take off the rings if my fingers swell, which they do when I eat a lot of bread. Beauty and comfort.

Masha Moon Jewelry - Luna White Necklace and Luna Black Necklace on Julia of Style and Cheek. Photo by Philip Woolridge

Here I’m wearing the Luna White Necklace and Luna Black Necklace layered together with a simple chambray top. These necklaces instantly made my fairly simple look feel special. They’re also so delicate that it doesn’t even feel like you’re wearing anything, but knowing they are there makes you feel immediately more polished yet still edgy.

Masha Moon Jewelry - Luna White Necklace, Luna Black Necklace, Nina Ring, and Uli Ring on Julia of Style and Cheek. Photo by Philip Woolridge

If you notice, there’s a little mixed metal going on in these photos. We paired her Nina Ring which is gold, with the Uli Ring which is usually a mix of gold and silver but she made a custom ring with rose gold and silver. These rings are gorgeous and I love the little two-tone detail. Masha Moon welcomes custom requests or alternate metals so if you love the look of the rose gold (so pretty) then keep that in mind.

Masha Moon Jewelry - Luna White Necklace, Luna Black Necklace, Nina Ring, and Uli Ring on Julia of Style and Cheek. Photo by Philip Woolridge

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